Dating agency cyrano 15
I found it highly amusing to see Ji Jin Hee as a dorky loser, Lee Yoon Ji as a neurotic librarian, and Lee Kwang Soo as a dorky baker. To be sure, Hong Jong Hyun is pretty stiff in this role, and there is definitely room for him to have done more with the character of Moo Jin.And then of course, there’s Gong Yoo, for whom I have an enduring fangirl love. There were definitely times when I felt that he was stiff, despite the fact that Moo Jin is supposed to be a wooden type of character.Using his masterful stage skills, he forms the Cyrano Dating Agency.After he loses his best friend in an accident, the once-renowned theater director suffers from guilt and decides to save his late friend's theatre troupe.To be honest, this drama had been languishing on my watch list for a long time, mainly because dramaland kept rolling out newer and shinier dramas, and also partly because I knew that Gong Yoo’s cameo in it is super blink-and-you-miss-it brief.
Seo Byung-Hoon (Lee Jong-Hyuk) who is head of The Dating Agency: Cyrano was regarded as a brilliant theatrical director.The fact that I think he’s eye candy too is mere coincidence, I swears! Cameos The set-up allows for lots of cameos, and Show doesn’t stinge on them at all.I found several of the cameos particularly entertaining, so here’s a quick shout-out to some of my favorites.Thinking of this as a manhwa-esque sort of world helps, though. On top of that, some cases drag for too long, &/or aren’t as interesting as others. Contrived plot devices are sometimes employed, with the biggest offender being 4. With an ensemble cast, it’s always hard to achieve a cohesive tone across everyone’s varying degrees of acting prowess, and in this ensemble cast, that unevenness definitely shows. She managed the more emotional scenes with as much dexterity as the cheerful sunny scenes, and I was impressed.Being the kpop noob that I am, I didn’t even realize she’s an idol actor, until I stumbled on the information by accident.